|Posted by Michael Brooks on June 18, 2015 at 10:35 PM||comments (0)|
The West Virginia Watershed Network, at their meeting in Hawks Nest State Park on June 6, recognized (among others) the Warm Springs Watershed Assoc and their county associate, the Sleepy Creek Watershed Assoc for their continuing work with the Eastern Panhandle Conservation District and other groups in the county. The West Virginia Watershed Network is a group of state and federal agencies, as well as nonprofit groups, committed to providing resources for watershed management in West Virginia.
|Posted by Tyler Orr on November 2, 2013 at 12:00 AM||comments (0)|
The Warm Springs Watershed Association was awarded the Margaret Meade Award at WV Watershed Celebration Day, which took place on November 2 at Cacapon State park. WSWA was chosen for this award because they exemplify Meade’s belief that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. In presenting the award, Tim Craddock, Director of the WVDEP Non-Point Source Program, said: “This group like no other epitomizes Meade’s words through their partnerships, activities and accomplishments with citizens, civic groups, local, regional, state and federal governments. Using all these partners and many more, Warm Springs Watershed Association promotes and works towards their goals, which are to help people understand, protect, improve and enjoy the Run.”